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Ulefoss

Gallery Shop

High quality art and handwork such as blown glass, glass art, ceramic, clothing, paintings, jewelry, and weaving. Here you're sure to find the...
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Ulefoss

Holla kirkeruiner

The old church in Holla was consecrated to St. Mary on Simon and Judas Day on 28 October, year unknown. The church is located in Hollahaugen, in the...
Read more: Øvre Verket Kunst- og Håndverkstun Photo: Kåre Pedersen

Ulefoss

Øvre Verket Kunst- og Håndverkstun

Øvre Verket reprents one of the most important culturally historic places from the years of industrialization in Norway. The redwashed wooden houses...
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Nome

Lunde Hostel

We offer 15 rooms in the middle of Lunde, just 1500m from the Lunde lock in the Telemark canal. All rooms can sleep 3 to 5 people, with the option of...
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Lunde

Lunde Slusekro

Enjoy a good meal or just relax with a bite to eat in the shade while you watch the locks at the restaurant and pub “Lunde Slusekro.” Our menu...

Ulefoss

Gallery Shop

High quality art and handwork such as blown glass, glass art, ceramic, clothing, paintings, jewelry, and weaving. Here you're sure to find the...
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Ulefoss

Cycling tour - short and charming

Enjoy a beautiful cruise on the Telemark Canal combined with a cycling tour in a typical Telemark landscape. The trip starts in Ulefoss where you take...
Price from NOK 1.070,- per person in double room
Read more: Cyckling along The Telemark Canal Photo: Terje Rakke/Nordic life

Skien

Cyckling along The Telemark Canal

Telemarkreiser offers bicycling trip packages along the 110km Telemark Canal from Skien to Dalen, including overnight accommodation, boat trip,...
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Lunde

Upper Børte Farm

Børte is an old, traditional Norwegian farm with two stabburs which have been made into guest houses, one dating from 1770 and the other from 1850....
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